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[texts]Minutes of the 4th Convention of the Russian Socialist Federation - U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Investigation
Minutes of the 4th Convention of the Russian Socialist Federation, held in New York City from September 28 to October 2, 1918. Document in DoJ/BoI Investigative Files, NARA collection M-1085, reel 938, document 341853. Transcribed by Tim Davenport from an original document in DoJ/BoI Investigative Files, NARA collection M-1085, reel 938, document 341853. Published by 1000 Flowers Publishing, Corvallis, OR, 2007...
Keywords: Russian Socialist Federation; Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; American radicalism
Downloads: 70
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 02 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 1 (July 1900-June 1901) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by Riazanov LIbrary Digitization Project. Non-commercial use permitted.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; marxist magazines
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[texts]BoI Report on 4th Convention - R.W. Finch
Bureau of Investigation report on the 4th Convention of the Russian Socialist Federation, held in New York City from September 28 to October 2, 1918. Report submitted by BoI Special Agent R.W. Finch. Transcribed from an original ocument in DoJ/BoI Investigative Files, NARA microfilm collection M-1085, reel 938, document 341853. Published by 1000 Flowers Publishing, Corvallis, OR, 2007. Non-commercial reproduction permitted.
Keywords: Russian Socialist Federation; Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; American radicalism
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[texts]Bylaws of the Federation of Russian Branches, CPA - Russian Socialist Federation
"Bylaws of the Federation of Russian Branches of the Communist Party of America." Adopted by Adopted at the 5th Convention of the Russian Federation, held at Detroit, Michigan, August 20-27, 1919. Printed according to a Department of Justice translation of the Russian original, edited for grammar and style. Transcribed by Tim Davenport. Published by 1000 Flowers Publishing, Corvallis, OR, 2004. Non-commercial reproduction permitted.
Keywords: Russian Socialist Federation; Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; American radicalism
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[texts]Circular to Russian Branches, CPA, Sept 15, 1919 - Oscar Tyverovsky
"Circular to All Branches of the Russian Federation of the Communist Party of America from Oscar Tyverovsky, Secretary, circa September 15, 1919." Russian document and translation in the DoJ/BoI Investigative Files, NARA collection M-1085, reel 938, file 202600-1172. Transcribed by Tim Davenport. Published by 1000 Flowers Publishing, Corvallis, OR, 2007. Non-commercial reproduction permitted.
Keywords: Russian Socialist Federation; Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; American radicalism
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[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 07 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 7 (July 1906-June 1907) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism
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[texts]Communist Party of America: Report to 5th Convention - Nicholas I. Hourwich [Nikolai Isaacovich Gurvich]
"The Communist Party of America: Report to the 5th Convention of the Federation of Russian Branches, August 26, 1919," by Nicholas I. Hourwich (Gurvich) Printed according to the text of "Records of the Fifth Regular Convention of the Federation of Russian Branches of the Communist Party of America, Held in the City of Detroit, August 20th to 28th, 1919." (New York: Central Executive Committee, Federation of Russian Branches, CPA, 1919)...
Keywords: Russian Socialist Federation; Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; American radicalism
Downloads: 75
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 01 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 1 (July 1900-June 1901) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism
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[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 06 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 6 (July 1905-June 1906) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism
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[texts]Ruthenberg is Dead - Political Committee of the Central Executive Committee of the Workers (Communist) Party of America
"Ruthenberg is Dead." Obituary statement of the Political Committee of the Central Executive Committee of theWorkers (Communist) Party of America. First published in The Daily Worker, vol. 4, no. 42 (March 3, 1927), pg. 1. On March 2, 1927, 44-year old General Secretary of the Workers (Communist) Party of America C.E. Ruthenberg succumbed following emergency surgery for acute appendicitis which developed into peritonitis...
Keywords: Communist Party USA; CPUSA; Workers (Communist) Party of America; Charles Emil Ruthenberg; C.E. Ruthenberg; Jay Lovestone; American radicalism
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[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 11 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
International Socialist Review, volume 11 (July 1910-June 1911) Charles H. Kerr, editor Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago Illustrated monthly socialist magazine. This is one of the volumes of ISR missed by Google Books. This scan produced by the Riazanov Library Digitization Project, San Francisco. Scanning by Marty Goodman from bound reprint volumes produced by Greenwood Press. These are bitmap scans, done 2-up...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; Marxist magazines; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW
Downloads: 134
[texts]SP Convention Shows Collapse - Frederic Heath (1864-1954)
"Exclusive Story of SP Convention Shows Collapse: Party Disintegrating and in Complete Control of Communists, Milwaukee Delegate Writes" by Frederic F. Heath [events of March 26-29, 1937] Published in The New Leader [New York], vol. 20, no. 14 (April 3, 1937), pp. 1-2. Published in USA between 1923 and 1978 with no copyright notice in first publication, public domain. Pioneer Milwaukee Socialist and founding member of the Socialist Party Frederic Heath offers a disillusioned and bitter account o...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; Socialist Party of Wisconsin; social democracy
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[texts]Radical Periodicals in the United States (Reissued 1968-70) - Greenwood Reprint Company
List of 109 periodicals reissued by Greenwood Reprint Company as part of its "Radical Periodicals in the United States" series. "Series One" titles were produced in 1968-69, "Series Two" titles produced in 1970. All volumes seem to have been produced both in hardcopy and microform. All of these are out of print. The original scholarly introductions to each of these facsimile volumes were subsequently collected in the two volumes of Joseph R...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Socialism -- periodicals; Socialist newspapers; Socialist magazines; Communism -- United States; Communism -- periodicals; Communist magazines; Communist newspapers; American radicalism
Downloads: 130
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 12 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
International Socialist Review, volume 11 (July 1911-June 1912) Charles H. Kerr, editor Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago Illustrated monthly socialist magazine. This is one of the volumes of ISR missed by Google Books. This scan produced by the Riazanov Library Digitization Project, San Francisco. Scanning by Marty Goodman from bound reprint volumes produced by Greenwood Press. These are bitmap scans, done 2-up...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; Marxist magazines; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW
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[texts]Words of History -- St. Louis Socialism - G.A. Hoehn (1865-1951)
"Words of History: From the Annual Report (1907-08) of the Editor and Manager of St. Louis Labor which was Read at Last Yearâs Annual General Meeting of Local St. Louis and Adopted," by G.A. Hoehn [Dec. 13, 1908] Published in St. Louis Labor, vol. 6, whole no. 439 (July 3, 1909), pg. 4. Valuable history of the early period of the socialist press in the German-American mecca of St. Louis, Missouri, written by veteran party editor G.A...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; Marxist newspapers; Socialist Party of Missouri; St. Louis; Saint Louis; Gottlieb Hoehn; Gus Hoehn
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[texts]C P A Official Bulletin 1 Circa May 1921 - Communist Party of America
Official Bulletin No. 1 of the unified Communist Party of America, circa May 28, 1921 This document was issued by the unified Communist Party of America to inform its members of the party's formal formation by merger of the old Communist Party of America and the United Communist Party at the secret convention of May 15-28, 1921. The gathering was held outdoors near the premises of the Overlook Mountain House hotel, outside of Woodstock, New York...
Keywords: Communist Party of America; Communist Party USA; Communist Party; CPA; CPUSA; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; American radicalism; radical publications; communism
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[texts]C P A Official Bulletin 2 Circa 15 Aug 1921 - Communist Party of America, Section of the Communist International
Organizational newsletter of the unified Communist Party of America, officially known as the "Communist Party of America, Section of the Communist Internantional." This is the second of two typeset issues called thee "Official Bulletin" of the group. This issue contains an extensive summary of the decisions of the governing Central Executive Committee of the organization, including the rulings on the question of membership transfers to Soviet Russia and the membership status of Harry Moore Wicks...
Keywords: Communist Party of America; Communist Party USA; Communist Party; CPA; CPUSA; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; American radicalism; radical publications; communism
Downloads: 127
[texts]Socialist News Nov 1919 - W.E. "Bud" Reynolds (editor)
Socialist News [Cleveland], volume 5, whole no. 256 (November 1, 1919). Formerly the official organ of Local Cleveland, Socialist Party of America, this publication raised a new flag briefly in the Fall of 1919 as the organ of "The Communist Party of Cleveland and Vicinity."

Microfilm of The Cleveland Socialist News (1914-1919) is through the New York Public Library. Unfortunately, this material terminates in April 1919, shortly before the suspension of the Socialist Party of Ohio from the ...
Keywords: Communist Party of America; Communist Party USA; Communist Party; CPA; CPUSA; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; American radicalism; radical publications; communism
Downloads: 132
[texts]Proletarian Bulletin - May 1933 - Proletarian Party of America
Proletarian Bulletin May 1933 Internal discussion bulletin of the Proletarian Party of America Dated but not volume numbered. Produced in San Francisco, CA. Extremely rare mimeographed internal bulletin of the Proletarian Party of America. As the NEC had postponed the forthcoming national convention from May 27 until Labor Day, pre-convention internal discussion was correspondingly extended to Aug...
Keywords: Proletarian Party of America; PPA; American radicalism; Communism -- United States; Socialist Party of Michigan; Communist Party of America; CPA; Communist Party USA; CPUSA; left communism; John Keracher; C.M. O'Brien
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[texts]Death of Al Renner - John Keracher
"Death of Al Renner," by John Keracher First published in Proletarian News (Chicago), vol. 18, no. 9, whole no. 198 (Sept. 1949), pp. 2, 8. Memorial obituary of Communist Party of America founding member Albert Renner (1887-1949) by National Secretary of the Proletarian Party of America John Keracher. Keracher recalls his longtime comrade from Detroit as a committed trade union activist, including time spent as President of the Michigan Federation of Hotel, Restaurant and Bartenders Unions (AFL)...
Keywords: Proletarian Party of America; PPA; American radicalism; Communism -- United States; Socialist Party of Michigan; Communist Party of America; CPA; Communist Party USA; CPUSA; St. Louis Emergency National Convention; Trade unionism -- United States; Albert Renner (1887-1949)
Downloads: 56
[texts]Proletarian Bulletin - Jan 1933 - Proletarian Party of America
Proletarian Bulletin January 1933 Internal discussion bulletin of the Proletarian Party of America Dated but not volume numbered. Produced in San Francisco, CA. Extremely rare mimeographed internal bulletin of the Proletarian Party of America. Includes a brief report on the NEC meeting of Dec. 31 1932 to Jan. 3, 1933, held in Detroit. The PPA ran candidates in the Nov. 1932 Michigan elections, it was reported, receiving about 300 votes each...
Keywords: Proletarian Party of America; PPA; American radicalism; Communism -- United States; Socialist Party of Michigan; Communist Party of America; CPA; Communist Party USA; CPUSA; left communism; John Keracher; C.M. O'Brien
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[texts]Proletarian Bulletin - July 1933 - Proletarian Party of America
Proletarian Bulletin July 1933 Internal discussion bulletin of the Proletarian Party of America Dated but not volume numbered. Produced in San Francisco, CA. Extremely rare internal bulletin of the Proletarian Party of America. Financial reports show the seven separate party funds increasing by about $390 during the last three weeks of June 1933 and the first week of July. Pre-convention discussion continues with an opening piece by Morris Prizant of San Francisco on the need to overcome individ...
Keywords: Proletarian Party of America; PPA; American radicalism; Communism -- United States; Socialist Party of Michigan; Communist Party of America; CPA; Communist Party USA; CPUSA; left communism; John Keracher; C.M. O'Brien
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[texts]Proletarian Bulletin - June 1933 - Proletarian Party of America
Proletarian Bulletin June 1933 Internal discussion bulletin of the Proletarian Party of America Dated but not volume numbered. Produced in San Francisco, CA. Extremely rare internal bulletin of the Proletarian Party of America. Financial reports show seven separate funds, the sum of which grew by less than $350 from late April 1933 through the first week of June. Active party locals (11) included: Chicago, IL; Detroit, Grand Rapids, Flint, and Jackson, MI; San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA; Roch...
Keywords: Proletarian Party of America; PPA; American radicalism; Communism -- United States; Socialist Party of Michigan; Communist Party of America; CPA; Communist Party USA; CPUSA; left communism; John Keracher; C.M. O'Brien
Downloads: 39
[texts]Proletarian Bulletin - Aug 1933 - Proletarian Party of America
Proletarian Bulletin August 1933 Internal discussion bulletin of the Proletarian Party of America Dated but not volume numbered. Produced in San Francisco, CA. Extremely rare internal bulletin of the Proletarian Party of America. With the convention scheduled for Labor Day, no financial reports are presented; instead there is final pre-convention discussion. Stanley Novak of Detroit (an adherent of the reform faction) takes on views expressed in print by party regular C.M...
Keywords: Proletarian Party of America; PPA; American radicalism; Communism -- United States; Socialist Party of Michigan; Communist Party of America; CPA; Communist Party USA; CPUSA; left communism; John Keracher; C.M. O'Brien
Downloads: 40
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